Beneath the Surface with Paul Murano. Paul tries to go beneath the surface with a member of the tea party and a member of the occupy movement. May 5, 2013Begins at 9 minutes into part one. Topics: Beneath, surface, morabito, freidrich, occupy, tea party
Beneath the Surface, with Paul Murano"Natural Family Planning and Contraception"What's the difference:- chemically?- morally?- psychologically?- environmentally?- practically?Guests: Barbara Donovan and Renee AsteYou'll be very surprised at what you hear. Topic: Natural Family Planning Contraception Beneath Surface environment family
Beneath the Surface with Paul Murano"Mental Illness and Suicide"Guests: Kathleen Laplante, suicide survivor Mary X, mental health provider Bob L, philosopherHear Kathleen's story about surviving her father's suicide as well as her own attempt; and her new-found hope and change of attitude. Topics: mental illness, suicide, beneath, surface, euthanasia
Is science antithetical to religion? Are faith, reason, and science three complementary avenues to the same Truth? Why the polarities today in the media? What is their real agenda? Listen to Paul discuss these very important questions with his two guests John Tuturice and Bob Leblanc. Must-hear radio for every truth-seeker. Topics: science, religion, reason, faith, truth, scientism, fideism, rationalism, Catholicism
Paul and Kent discuss the deeper meanings found within the Adam & Eve story of the book of Genesis. Man's relationship to woman, to God, and to the environment are all explored. Psychological defense mechanisms that our nature disposes us to when we sin, as well as the evil of denial are also extrapolated from the text. Topics: Genesis, Adam, Eve, bible, Christian, Catholic, religion, Niebuhr, Murano
Paul goes beneath the surface with music professional David Dominique about the meaning of music, our musical tastes, and what it says about us as a species and as a culture. Topics: music, jazz, classical, rock, culture, sounds, art
Paul explores the meaning of fatherhood with his in-studio and call-in guests on Father's Day 2013.Guests: Kent Niebuhr, Jim Richard; Pat McCabe of The Greater Boston Fathers Coalition, Tom Duggan of the Valley Patriot Topics: beneath, surface, fathers, richard, niebuhr
"Priesthood, Celibacy, and the Meaning of Vocation"Paul goes beneath the surface with Fr. Gerald Souza, the youngest priest in the Archdiocese of Boston on the nature of priesthood and why he choose his state in life. Kent Niebuhr serves as co-host. Topics: priest, Church, Christ, Boston, celibacy, vocation, calling, love, marriage priesthood
Everyone wants it, everyone strives for it, but what is it? What is happiness and how do we attain it? Have we lost sight of the road to happiness because we have lost sight of what it means to be human? Topics: happiness, human, nature, goodness, truth, leblanc
Very important discussion with a mother, a college student, and a priest about the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision, its causes and its effects, 41 years later.Guests: Mrs. Eileen Wood, Miss Caitlin Wood, and Fr. Dwight HoeberechtsAre we more culture of liberty or a culture of death? Topics: Roe, Wade, supreme, court, prenatal, homicide, abortion, life, choice, liberty, civil, rights,...
Paul interviews Dr. Joseph Cariello of Dovetail Dental on everything you wanted to know about teeth, as well as the art of dentistry. Very interesting and informative. Topics: teeth, dentistry, mouths, health, oral, bacteria, disease
Paul goes beneath the Surface with Tom Duggan, editor of the Valley Patriot, to explore the question of Political Corruption: Who Oversees the Overseers? Topics: politics, corruption, honesty, integrity, family, society, justice, white collar, culture, decay
Is faith a light? Or does it really produce darkness? Does it expand reason and enable the person to see beyond his natural scope? Or does it stifle reason?We tackle these questions and more. Topics: beneath, surface, faith, light, pope, Catholic, Christian, leblanc, murano
Paul speaks with Kathleen Laplante about her upcoming book entitled, "Unraveling My Father's Suicide". We recall many of the crucial points in her life relating to depression, the feeling of hopelessness, and suicide. Topics: suicide, depression, family, father, emptiness, Catholic, God, love, hope, meaning
Join Paul as he talks with John Tuturice on the meaning of the family and its importance as a social entity. Is the family an extension of natural law? If so, what is meant by the family? Can marriage be dissolved? Can it include alternative unions? Does the state have an interest in defending the natural family? How do we know? Topics: family, marriage, union, sex, social, political, government, election, politician, party, natural...
Beneath the Surface with Paul MuranoPaul discusses with guest Michael Hughes the state of higher education and whether it is worth the undertaking -- intellectually, financially, and morally. Topics: education, college, university, money, purpose, career, knowledge, wonder, Hughes, Murano
Paul talks with Bob Leblanc and Sherif Girgis, co-author of best selling book, "What is Marriage?: Man and Woman: A Defense. Topics: marriage, sexes, family, homosexual, traditional, natural, children, truth
Join Paul and his guests as they talk about the recent controversy in the Cincinnati Catholic school system on their revised morality clause, and how Catholic morality clauses fly in the face of the secular humanist agenda today. The challenge for Catholic schools to remain Catholic.Guests: Bob Leblanc and former Catholic school teacher Sandra Madeline Topics: Catholic, schools, morality, clause, education, secular, religious, freedom
Lively show on Racism and Christmas.Guests: Tom Duggan, Editor of the Valley Patriot Newspaper, and Kent Niebuhr, Catholic stay-at-home father of seven. Topics: Race, white, black, Hispanic, Latino, bigotry, discrimination, hatred, love, caucasoid, mongoloid,...
Paul interviews three middle-aged single adults about their lifestyles, personal freedom, loneliness, and strategy in finding spousal love. Topics: single, love, marriage, middle aged, dating, courting, culture, secularism
Paul talks with David Dominique, Instructor of music and PhD candidate at Brandies University, on all things music -- what it is, why humans enjoy it universally, what it says about a people, a culture, etc. Interesting beneath the surface discussion. Topics: music, rock, jazz, blues, classical, country, religious, secular, BTS
"To Be or Not To Be: Christmas in the Abortion Age"Guest: Fr. Dwight Hoeberechts. Paul talks with Fr. Dwight about what led him to the priesthood after being an airplane pilot and an emergency room registered nurse, as well as issues relating to human life and redemption. Topics: life, human, Immaculate Conception, abortion, death, Jesus, Christmas, murano, hoeberechts,...
Was Pope Francis the right man for the award? Why did a secular magazine choose him? Is there any false hope fostered about what he will do regarding unchangeable Church teaching? Paul and his guests tackle these questions and much more. Topics: pope, francis, vatican, Catholic, Church, Time, magazine, religious, secular, doctrine, leblanc,...
Is man a social and political animal? What is politics? Which is the best political philosophy? How do we judge? Topics: politics, philosophy, political, ideology, social, individual, society, libertarianism, socialism,...
Paul goes beneath the surface on the issues of equality. Is everyone equal? Is equality the same as sameness? Is equality desirous? Guest: Bob LeblancMay 12, 2013Begins after 8 mins. into the first segment. Topics: equality, equal, murano, leblanc
Beneath the Surface with Paul MuranoMarch 10, 2013"Mental Illness, Suicide, and Depression"Guests: Kathleen Laplante, suicide survivor Mary X, mental health provider Bob L, philosopherHear Kathleen's important story of surviving her father's suicide as well as her own, and how her life and attitude have drastically changed for the good. Topics: beneath, surface, murano, mental, suicide, euthanasia, depression
Beneath the Surface - May 5, 2013"The Occupy Movement vs. The Tea Party"Guests:Terra Friedrichs, Activist for Occupy Boston, andChristine Morabito, President of the Greater Boston Tea Party Topics: occupy, tea party, beneath, surface, murano, friedrichs, morabito
Beneath the Surface with Paul MuranoPaul Goes beneath surface with Tom Duggan, editor of the Valley Patriot Newspaper and host of the Paying Attenton Radio Show on WCAP.Topic: "Morality in Media" Topics: media, duggan, murano, culture, electronic, print, authoirty, ideology
What exactly does it mean to place one's primary trust in God? To be primarily dependent on God means to be able to give up all other dependencies, whether they be to money, sex, material goods, drugs, comfort and security, television, internet, or anything else that takes precedence in our hearts over the kingdom of God. Impossible? Can one find freedom and happiness without following this first of the Ten Commandments? No and No. Topics: kingdom, dependence, God, vice, obsession, addiction, prayer, happiness, freedom
In this Veteran's Day special Paul talks with a former sailor of the U.S. Navy as well as a Lt. Col. of the U.S. Air Force - about the history U.S. military action, the notion of "just war", and their own experiences in the military as veterans. Interesting dialogue. Topics: navy, air force, submarine, submariner, united states, military, defense, war, peace
What is Advent? Why is it important to all people, Christian and non-Christian? What is this idea that everyone pines for a Savior? Join Paul and his guests John Tuturice and Fr. Dwight Hoeberechts in going beneath the surface on this season of wonder. Topics: Adavent, Christmas, Savior, mankind, truth, love
Tonight Rabbi Zalman Borenstein joined Paul in the first hour to delve into Judaism and the big questions of life, while in the second hour a Catholic, a philosopher, and a Jew joined Paul to explore further some of the issues discussed with the rabbi. A must-listen to-show. Topics: beneath, surface, judaism, jew, rabbi, life, death, passover, yom kippur, catholic, philosopher, God
Guests Tennis Lilly and Tom Duggan engage in a battle of ideas over whether or not the claims of global warming advocates should be heeded. Topics: global warming, climate change, temperature, weather, duggan, lilly, murano, beneath, surface
This week Paul and his guests Bob Leblanc talk about the notion of church-state separation and how it relates to the U.N.'s latest demand regarding Catholicism. Topics: United Nations, Church, Catholic, history, colonies, europe, United States
Host Paul Murano speaks with Kent Niebuhr on the pursuit of happiness: The original documents of our nation speak of it, but how have we over the years been pursuing it? What is happiness, and how do we attain it? We take a light look at happiness in popular songs, and then go beneath the surface on what it means to be happy. Topics: happy, happiness, culture, love, declaration, music, songs, murano, niebuhr
Paul goes beneath the Surface with Kent Niebuhr, Bob Leblanc, and Bernie Choiniere on the question: If God is all good and all powerful then why is there evil and suffering in the world? Topics: God, good, evil, love, suffering, kent niebuhr, bob leblanc, bernie choiniere